Due Justice


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 33%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 3.3/10 10 363 363


Top cast

Jeff Fahey as Ellis
Kellan Lutz as Max
Efren Ramirez as Santiago
Manu Intiraymi as Jerry
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897.27 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
Seeds 37
1.8 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
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894.42 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
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1.79 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by janie-97620 1 / 10


This movie was terrible!! I get it, the producer had enough money to pay for Kellan Lutz and Jeff Fahey. I'm surprised they agreed to attach their names to such a terrible film as this. In the beginning it seemed like it was gonna be good until after they killed the brother and supposedly the wife. Would've been nice to actually see proof since you showed the brother being killed. But it went downhill from there They gave us no kind of scene to indicate the lady cop was dirty it was just boom she apart of them and she gets killed. The detective and his boss was the worst actors ever. Watching their scenes was like watching a scene from a Tyler Perry show, All of that pausing and saying nothing. Whoever casted this movie definitely didn't understand the criteria for casting, you would think they would at least request that they actually know how to act. And the news reporters were worse. They spoke like they were just trying to memorize their lines. The storyline made no sense, just a bunch of random scenes with drama, and no direction. I am so mad I paid $5 to see this film I could've gotten some ice cream for my dog.

Reviewed by imdbaccess-88712 1 / 10

Mixed Impressions of Rene Bugatti's Performance

I recently had the opportunity to observe Rene Bugatti's work, and I have some mixed feelings about her performance. While she exhibits talent in certain aspects, there are some concerns that need to be addressed. She is very fake!

Firstly, I must express disappointment in the lack of transparency regarding credentials. As an audience member, I believe it is essential for actors to provide proof of their qualifications to establish credibility and professionalism.

Additionally, there have been rumors circulating about legal matters, including a warrant for her arrest in Snohomish County. It's essential to separate personal matters from professional ones, but these allegations can undoubtedly impact one's public image. I encourage Ms. Bugatti to address these concerns openly to maintain trust with her audience.

Despite these reservations, I acknowledge that evaluating an actor is subjective, and different individuals may have varying opinions. It's my hope that Ms. Bugatti addresses these concerns, allowing audiences to appreciate her talents without distractions.

In conclusion, while Rene Bugatti's acting skills show promise, the lack of transparency and legal concerns are aspects that need attention. I look forward to seeing how she navigates these challenges and grows as a professional in the future.

Reviewed by NickGepetto 1 / 10

Absolute Trash

As bad as it gets. Disjointed, amateur actors, non existent script. Flips around to different time periods. So confusing and silly. The casting is just so bizarre. It's so bad it's surreal. The detective on the case is so poorly cast. And you will have no idea what he's doing. It's difficult to find the number of pejoratives I need to fill this review and get it published. Nothing is clear as far as who the main characters are or why they do what they do. Most things they do are just to move the silly inconsequential plot along. Just so bad. I will say it's pretty well filmed which is a true waste of money and video tape. I really wonder what the producers were thinking in funding this nonsense. I also blame Comcast for streaming this junk. I think this review is long enough to get published. Yeah! Please do me a solid and don't watch this. Picking the lint out of your ear is far more exciting.

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